Andy Cohen is already getting backlash for his parenting skills.
Which he has had approximately two weeks to perfect.
According to opinionated trolls on social media, that is more than enough time.
The 50-year-old Watch What Happens Live host welcomed his first son, Benjamin Allen Cohen, via surrogate on February 4.
And on Friday, what started as a funny Instagram story quickly turned South.
Cohen shared a comical video of his dog, Wacha, destroying the baby's new stuffed Torah, a gift from a Rabbi.
"Did you just eat my son's stuffed Torah that the Rabbi gave him Wacha? And now you're exhausted? That was my son's Torah. Did you want to explain to my son what you did?...
And what do I tell the Rabbi? Wacha? Wacha!" Cohen jokingly teased his pet.
Immediately the first-time father was flooded with DMs about his "big problem" on his hands with "jealous" Wacha.
The parent shamers scolded the host for the way he handled the situation.
And some even suggested that he shouldn't have the pooch at all.
Dad shaming is bad enough, but dog shaming is NOT acceptable.
The ridiculous messages provoked Cohen to explain to the haters that he did not, in fact, have a big problem on his hands.
He made it clear that Wacha is not jealous, as well as that he has two loves in his life now.
"Wacha didn't know that the Torah toy, we're talking about a Torah toy, belonged to the baby. He just had his eye on a purple toy, and he wanted to rip it apart. It's not that deep. Stand Down. Everything's fine in the West Village," one message read.
In another video, he tells Wacha, who licks him, "Hey, I've been a dad for 12 days. People are judgy as f--k. We gotta be careful, ok?"
And "sometimes a Torah toy is just a Torah toy, everybody!" he added.
Now that the TV personality has successfully passed his first 'dealing with annoying people's opinions' test, we think he will be an excellent father.
To both of his children!